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17.04.2018 by Stephanie Karlovits

We know how hard you’ve been working to reach your goals. You’ve pushed yourself, you’ve sweat it out, you’ve shown up when you might not have felt like it, you’ve reached out of your comfort zone- and we applaud you! You’re doing such a great job. We know it’s not easy and believe it or not, we’ve been exactly where you are too. Living a...

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Introducing: The EPIC Life Formula©

03.04.2018 by Stephanie Karlovits

Attaining a physical goal means nothing without a balanced and healthy life. That’s why we focus on helping our clients achieve more than a number on the scale or at the end of a barbell. Living out a well-rounded and healthful lifestyle is our #1 concern and you know what? From there, physical goals are achieved anyways! We’ve honed our ...

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Leave the WiFi Behind

21.03.2018 by Stephanie Karlovits

Why do we hit the nature recommendation so hard? Not only is it something that our society has pulled away from significantly in the past generation, but it has SUCH incredible health benefits that as professionals, we cannot ignore. Although a beautiful landscape is only an Instagram influencer account away, we are often not experiencing...

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Nature is Calling

20.02.2018 by Stephanie Karlovits

As a part of #theEPIClife, we feel it is absolutely critical to have a connection with nature.To begin with, there are countless benefits to walking. While our nature pillar isn’t immediately obvious in the benefits it can offer along your wellness journey but let me tell you- the payoff is HUGE. Even simply looking at pictures of nature ...

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What Gives?

14.02.2018 by Stephanie Karlovits

After the New Year hype, we’ve decided to theme February around Giving. Or, more specifically, What Gives? In this case, the idea of giving has less to do with the outward action of giving and more to do with what we can give to ourselves- and eliminate what things, food, self-talk, (and even) exercise that is taking from us. The goal of ...

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